March 17- March 23, 1934
70 Years Ago In Overton County
(from the files of the Overton County Library)
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Mr. and Mrs. Bee Maynord are the proud parents of
Health in Smith Chapel is not good at the moment.
Myrtle Sweat and Rubeye Canaster visited Oak Grove
Eliza Brown is home after an extended visit in Rickman.
Conie Dravis, of Double Springs, is visiting relatives
Mr. and Mrs. Fowler Fleming are the proud parents
of a baby boy.
ODD BUT TRUE: In China, an ordinance prohibits taxi
drivers from appearing on the streets in their underwear.
Valerie Buck, of Old Hickory, visited her mother,
Mrs. Della Buck, last week.
Mrs. Mary Poston is on the sick list.
Little Earl Lee Barlow, of Akron, is in Livingston
visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Minnie Barlow, and Mr. and
Mrs. O.C. Carr.
Hilda Copeland and sister, Flora, attended a birthday
supper for Madeline Bennett at Mrs. Clyde Burris' Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Harp were in Algood shopping Saturday
Vera McClain, of Cookeville, spent the week-end with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Q.S. McClain.
Frank Flowers visited Joe Story's near Smyrna, Sunday.
Dow Hinds was in Byrdstown last week.
The singing at Midway on Wednesday nights is progressing
Mrs. George Wilson is suffering with a broken hip
caused by a fall.
J.M. Wright and Victor Garrett, of Wirmingham, visited
in Jamestown Sunday.
Ester and Emery Jones have been digging a storm house
for Floyd Smith near Boom.
Dock Hill and son, Orbit, were in Byrdstown Saturday
Lucille Bilbrey was in Cookeville Saturday.
July 15, 1870, Georgia was admitted to the Union by
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